April 3, 2014 RSS feed / Outdoors

’Tis the season for fishing

Anglers fAced with new regulAtions

LANSING – The Michigan Department of Natural Resources annually adjusts fishing regulations to ensure that the state’s fisheries’ resources are managed properly and to provide the best benefits to anglers and the public.  For t More...

All in a day’s work for COs

LANSING – After a short foot patrol in Mecosta County’s Haymarsh State Game Area, conservation officers Brian Lebel and Mike Wells, who had been looking for trap sets near active beaver dams, returned to their snowmobiles. More...

Fish Report

Well, here we are at the end of March and if you were to look out the window in the U.P. you might still get the feeling that there are still a few signs of Old Man Winter out there. More...

licenses restructured As of April 1

LANSING – The Department of Natural Resources reminds anglers that a new fishing license season began April 1, which coincides with the new regulation cycle. More...

Outdoors Briefs

National Trappers Convention set for Escanaba   More...

Learn about fisheries management on lakes

LANSING – Newsletters detailing fisheries management activities of southern, central and northern Lake Michigan, southern Lake Huron and eastern and western Lake Superior are now available on the Department of Natural Resources’ website a More...